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Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy (Grose 1811 Dictionary)

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy

Somebody explained these terms by saying, the first was a man who had a doxy of his own, the second a person who made use of the doxy of another man.

Definition taken from The 1811 Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, originally by Francis Grose.

Organ * Oschives

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Old Doss
Oliver’s Scull
Olli Compolli
Omnium Gatherum
One In Ten
One of Us
Onion
Open Arse
Optime
Organ
Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy
Oschives
Ostler
Ottomy
Ottomised
Oven
Overseer
Out At Heels
Outrun the Constable
Outs
Owl